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. >>> the head of apple is stepping down. chief executive officer steve jobs is resigning from the company. he has been the inspiration for apple's iphone and ipad. he was on indefinitely leave since january for an unspecified medical condition. >>> we still have plenty ahead, your we are, traffic and all of your top stories. fox 5 morning news at 4:30 starts now. >>> good morning. while you were sleeping, another aftershock, the big of the one since tuesday's big quake. the u.s. geological survey confirm as a 4.5 magnitude aftershock just before 1:08 a.m. this is the fifth aftershock since the original quake. the damage from that historic quake will keep some kids home from school if a second day. thirty-two schools in prim county will be closed today. the school without walls in d.c. also closed. but both culpeper and spotsylvania counties are open for the first day of school. we put that list on myfoxdc.com. >>> now to our other big story this morning, hurricane irene battering the bahamas. it is a major category 3 storm. it slowed just a bit overnight but is expected to gain strength and
, 2011. thank you for being with us this morning. welcome to fox 5 morning news. i'm steve chenevey. tucker barnes is with us. >> we have a few leftover sprinkles and it should be a beautiful day. let's get to the numbers and get to the maps. cold front moving through as we speak. there you go. you can actually see the frontal system moving right through the district. winds have shifted out of the north and west now. we have much more comfortable air now. quieter conditions expected later today. temperature right now at reagan national, 78 degrees. we go to max 2. humidity, 66%. there are your wind out of the north and west at six. that is a good sign that the cooler and drier air starting to filter in. afternoon storms no longer possible with highs in the mid 80s. should be a dry one today. back to you. >> thank you. >>> it may seem a little early to some but we'll check in with the first day of school today for students in bridge connie and the district. believe it or not, today is the first day of the start of the new school year. also for the new speed cameras set up on allentow
points, the worst sell-off for the dow in more than two years. >>> i'm steve chenevey. welcome to fox 5 morning news. we'll have much more on the market crash in a minute. let's check in with tucker barnes with a first look at the weather. >> we have some sunshine in the forecast today. should be a nice one today with at least partly sunny conditions and seasonal temperatures. 74 at reagan national. 68 in frederick. 64 in ocean city. and 72 in winchester. forecast for today, partly sunny, seasonal temperatures. 88degrees your daytime high. >>> right to the top story this morning. it is the stock market attorneying. dow on its worst day since the financial crisis thee years agoened the selloff continued in asia with the tokyo market dropping 4% when it opened. in new york, wall street traders taking stock of the meltdown so to speak. andrea day spoke with them. >> it felt like 2008 again. >> reporter: a wild fall on wall street with the dow shedding more than 500 points. a lot of tension for you? >> extreme amount of tension. >> traders always counting down, now, we're down 20 points an
, a thief stealing a flat screen steve off an arlington man's front porch. that video now posted on youtube. stacy cohan has the story. >> reporter: it is an older arlington neighborhood, one with quaint homes and established foliage. and rob richards left a much loved adams morgan community for this quiet spot to raise his family and for many years, it was quiet. then about a year ago, someone walked right into the garage and stole a bicycle. six months later, someone smashed a car window and swiped his briefcase. and so it was a growing sense of frustration coupled with a really good deal he spotted online that prompted richards to purchase some protection. >> you can see it on my back porch there. >> reporter: he installed a four high pressure camera security system on july 2nd, one he bought on a web site for what he says was a great price. he bought a flat screen tv on the same web site and had it delivered. >> i looked in my e-mail and it said it had been delivered so i went to my surveillance system. >> reporter: take a look at what the camera captured. >> there is the fedex guy. an
milestone for apple since struggling to stay afloat in the 1990s before steve jobs returned to take the helm. apple saw nearly $30 billion in revenue in the last quarter. >>> soon, you will be able to rent movies for your ipad from wal-mart. the retail joint is launching a service allowing people to buy or rent 20,000 movies or tv shows. >>> another good deal on myfoxdc.com. it is actually my fox half off. more than half off a chimney inspection. there is an inspection worth $105 for just $50. to take advantage of this great offer, head to myfoxdc.com and look for the my fox half off deal in the upper right of home page. you must buy the deal by tomorrow night but you can go the inspection done any time in the next year. >>> you think of dolphins, flipper probably comes to mind. he is the friend friendly creature who often saved his human friends on the tv show. but researchers say they could save us by left revolutionizing the way we treat injuries. >> reporter: there just seem to be a special connection. >> i think is interesting how smart they are. >> between human and dolphins. >> they a
. >> reporter: dr. steve mcdaniel is a professor of sports and entertainment marketing at the university of maryland. he has a background in crisis management and has consulted in universities with situations like this. >> the ncaa really doesn't have a rule book to say, okay, if you commit this offense, this is the standard punishment. and so that will be an interesting thing to look at here too if these allegations are indeed true. >> reporter: dr. mcdaniel says the gee is trying to take a stuffer tenants on corruption but could the u suffer the same fate as smu in the '80s and be given the death penalty. that is when the ncaa banned the program from competing in the sport for a certain length of time. >> i don't think it would be as severe as the death penalty because they saw what happened as a result of that at smu and the lasting reaper can you gos of something like that to the -- repercussions of something hike that the school and the athletes and trying to rebuild the program. >> that was wisdom martin reporting. mark emmert says, if the assertions are true, the alleged conduct a
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